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ASK ALMA: The One that Got Away…

The One that Got Away...                   Dear Alma, I’ve been married for over 10 years and I’m very happy with my husband and two kids. My husband is very kind to me. My kids are very well behaved and we have a good life. Before I got married I was in love with a man who said he would never get married and he didn’t want any kids. I always hoped that he didn’t ...

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Female Solution: Can We Agree on a Universal Code of Ethics?

By: Naimah Latif Columnist   Can We Agree on a Universal Code of Ethics? We’re tired of arguing, fighting, killing, marching, rallies, anger, riots, and fear. We just want to live in peace. What would it take to make that happen? It’s easier than you think. The perpetual condition of crime, violence and poverty in our neighborhoods makes me think of the story about a man walking down a rode, approachin ...

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Ask Alma: My Daughter Wants Mom to Walk Her Down Aisle

Ask Alma: My Daughter Wants Mom to Walk Her Down Aisle Dear Alma, I was married to my wife for 11 years. During that time we had three children, one daughter and two sons. In my opinion, our relationship deteriorated so my wife and I divorced because I had an affair. I have since married that woman and we have two children together, two sons. We are very happy and she’s always had a close relationship with ...

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Finding Your Soul Mate: If At First You Don’t Succeed, Try, Try Again!

  THE FEMALE SOLUTION: Finding Your Soul Mate: If At First You Don’t Succeed, Try, Try Again! “This is my wife.” I looked at the proud smile of my high school classmate as he introduced the cheerful, attractive woman at his side. I fixed my face not to reflect the surprise I felt. My friend and I have run into each other periodically at various events during the thirty seven years since our high school ...

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Outfit of the Day: Having Fun with Pastels

Outfit of the Day: Having Fun with Pastels Thank you Chicago for finally warming up. I mean really! I switched my whole closet over about a month ago and I’ve been wearing very simple outfits until the weather changed over. Now that the weather has changed over, it’s time to have fun! Every once in a while, I enjoy wearing an outfit that consists of bold, bright pastels. Now pastels really aren’t my thing m ...

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THE FEMALE SOLUTION: Who Is The Enemy?

          Naimah Latiff Columnist THE FEMALE SOLUTION: Who Is The  Enemy?   When the subject of gun violence comes up, a spirited conversation ensues in which opposing sides debate who is at fault and what should be the remedy. Anti-gun activists say that we need to stop the sale of guns, because too many deadly weapons are getting into the hands of criminals. Pro-gun activists ...

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Myth of the ‘Absent’ Black Dad Refuted

By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Washington Correspondent Myth of the ‘Absent’ Black Dad Refuted Contrary to the myth, though Black men are more likely to live apart from their children than Whites, they are more involved in the lives of their children than Whites and Hispanics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study. The report covers a sample of sample of 10,403 men aged 15–44 years from 2006-2010. It is tr ...

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Car Review: 2015 Kia K900

By Frank S. Washington NNPA Columnist Car Review: 2015 Kia K900 Eyebrows raised when Kia announced a little more than one year ago the development of the K900. After all, the Korean automaker had just introduced the Cadenza sedan about a year earlier. So why come to market with a full-size luxury sedan that seemed to be out of whack with the automaker’s overall product line? At the time, Kia executives said ...

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The Female Solution: Prom Night – A Wrong Rite of Passage Into Adulthood

By: Naimah Latif Columnist The Female Solution: Prom Night - A Wrong Rite of Passage Into Adulthood It’s graduation season! That’s a great thing, whether your child is graduating from Kindergarten, Elementary School, High School, or College. It’s a step toward adulthood and every step is celebrated with some type of ceremony that impresses into the mind that one is ascending to a higher level. High school i ...

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Prissi’s Corner: The Curvy Splurge

                    By: Priscilla Powell Columnist Prissi’s Corner: The Curvy Splurge If  money is not the primary factor regarding the decisions for your vacation I’d highly recommend an upgrade to a first class or business class flight. The seats can be as much as 30 percent larger and this makes a world of difference for those of us with big bones. The cu ...

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